sucking my cock. Nice way to wake up.
Porsche licking and sucking the tip of my dick. Porsche looks up and smiles,
“Good morning Ace.”
nice, waking up having my dick sucked; every man’s dream.”
tingle down my spine straight to my balls. I grab her head and give a couple of
slow strokes, going as far as I can go. She gags but takes me in like a pro.
takes whatever I give her with no arguments. I look down at her bobbing up and
down on my cock and she gives me the look that I know she wants, my cum down
She sucks harder, and I moan letting go giving her all I got.
clock beside the bed I see it’s eight twenty-five. Shit, I am supposed to meet
the guys at the diner.
kiss, but I get up before she can deliver. “Sorry Babe, but I got to go; the
guys are waiting for me.”
sure you want to go, I am sure you can have breakfast here.” She spreads her
legs showing me her shaven pussy like it’s a buffet.
Aced by J.J. Marstead was a quick read about Allison, an 18 year old waitress who finds herself in the cross-hairs of the VP of a MC club. Although Ace is a self-proclaimed womanizer, there is just something about this barely legal waitress that is hitting him hard. He has a hard time dealing with his brother, Blaze, taking an interest in Allison. What makes her so special? Ace wants to make a play for Allison, but he has some baggage that he needs to deal with and her name is Porsche. Porsche is not going to go away quietly. Add in a crazy ex-boyfriend from another MC and some crazy shenanigans you have yourself quite the story.
I enjoyed this book and it was an entertaining and quick read. However, the story was a bit stiff. It was hard for me fall into the story line and believe that Ace and Allison had this **BAM** kind of chemistry after one kiss. There was nothing that led up to it other than a look and a wink at the diner. To me the story seemed to stutter in some areas and it was hard to get the flow going again. I could see where the author was trying to goal and I could envision the end game. However, I think it needs a bit of polish to smooth out the rough edges.
Reviewed by Shannon
LLEP Review Team